Topic: Evan Cooper
Clarksville, TN – The top four seeds in the District 10-AAA boys basketball tournament played each other in the semifinals at Kenwood High School Saturday.
Last season’s tournament champion advanced while this season’s top seeded regular season champion came up short.
The Clarksville High Wildcats and the Kenwood Knights advanced to play in the district tournament championship.
Clarksville High Wildcats edge Springfield Yellow Jackets 45-44 to lock up first-round district tournament home game
Clarksville, TN – Tyriek Cheatham’s free throw with 24.2 seconds left Tuesday, February 3rd at William Workman Gymnasium, proved to be the difference for Clarksville High School as the Wildcats edged Springfield High School 45-44 and lock up a first-round home game in next week’s District 10-AAA Tournament.
Clarksville High (11-11, 8-5 District 10-AAA), along with Springfield and Northeast High School, entered the night tied for third in the district standings, but the Wildcats victory over the Yellow Jackets earned CHS the tie-breaker over Springfield – having swept the season series — and guaranteeing no worse than a fourth-place finish in 10-AAA.
Cannon Campbell’s final salvo lifts Rossview Hawks to overtime victory over Clarksville High Wildcats
Clarksville, TN – Rossview High School’s Cannon Campbell scored the final eight Hawks points against Clarksville High School — including six in overtime, Tuesday, January 20th at William Workman Gymnasium, as the Hawks defeated the Wildcats in a District 10-AAA contest, 42-38.
Cannon, who finished with a game-high 18 points, put Rossview (11-7, 3-6 District 10-AAA) up quickly in the overtime period on a driving layup just 19 seconds into the overtime.
Clarksville High Wildcats hand Northwest Vikings first District 10-AAA loss in double-overtime thriller
Clarksville, TN – Two free throws by JJ Jones with 1.7 seconds left in double overtime, Friday, December 12th at William Workman Gymnasium, capped a 12-point rally by Clarksville High School, as the Wildcats handed Northwest High School its first District 10-AAA loss of the season, 91-86.
Clarksville High (5-5, 2-2 District 10-AAA) trailed the Vikings 51-39 heading into the fourth quarter, but scored 12 of the first 14 points of the period – including seven by Avery Bates – to cut the deficit back to just two points, 53-51, with 5:48 left in regulation.
Teal Young’s free throw after final buzzer lifts Clarksville High Wildcats Basketball past Gallatin 49-48
Clarksville, TN – Teal Young hit one-of-two free throws after being fouled as the final buzzer sounded, Tuesday, November 25th at William Workman Gymnasium, to lift Clarksville High School’s boys basketball team past Gallatin High School, 49-48.
Clarksville High (3-3) had led 48-44, with 43 second left following a running floater by Evan Cooper, but Gallatin cut the lead to two points on two free throws by DeDarius Redding, with 33 seconds left.
Clarksville High Wildcats pull away late versus Clarksville Academy Cougars for 29-22 victory at Basketball Jamboree
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s boys basketball team outscored Clarksville Academy 9-1 over the final 3:11, Thursday, November 6th in the APSU Dunn Center in the Montgomery County High School Basketball Jamboree, to pull away for a 29-22 victory.
The Cougars took their final lead of the game, 21-20, on two free throws by Ian Campbell with 3:36 left in the scrimmage, but the Wildcats followed by putting together its best run of the game in scoring six straight points to take the lead for good.
Northwest’s Tramon Moore scores 35
Clarksville, TN – Tramon Moore scored 20 of his game-high 35 points in the second half — January 28th at the William Workman Gymnasium — to power Northwest High School, as they broke open a one-point point halftime lead into a 68-50 District 10-AAA victory over the Clarksville High School Wildcats.
Northwest (6-16, 3-8 District 10-AAA) looked like it was going to go into halftime down two points to the Wildcats, but Moore banked in a three from about 28-feet out as the buzzer sounded to give the Vikings a 27-26 lead at intermission.
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